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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2006 9:38 pm    Post subject: Two lines plus a fax line residential and business Reply with quote Back to top

I hope someone can help me figure this out. I currently have Vonage for my home use. I just have one line. I have a motorola vt1005v. I have the "line 2" slot open on it.

I have a home business that I run out of my home office. I would like to get a business line and a fax line for my business. This is where the confusion sets in. I called the nice people in India and they said to just sign up for a business account. So if I do that, I assume that my business line will plug into the "Line 2" slot on the vt1005v, but where do I plug in the fax line?

Am I correct in thinking that the business line plugs into the "Line 2" slot or do I need some other sort of adapter? And if I end up adding 2 or 3 lines for my home business, where do I keep adding these adapter since I only have 1 cable modem here. By the way...I do mean 2 or 3 lines, not virtual phone numbers.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2006 10:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Ok - just to make sure I have your needs correct:

1. You have Vonage
2. You have a moto 1005 adapter and only one line is used.
3. You want to possible ad 2 (or more lines)
4. Since your adapter can only handle one more line you are wondering where line 3 (or 4,5 or 6... would go)

I will ASSUME you have a router as well as your cable modem.

If the above facts are correct:

Line 2 - of course will be activated on your moto1005

lines 3-4 (and 5-6) will require an additional adapter(s) which would plug into your router.

If you do not have a router you will need one.
ie: cablemodem --> router --> adapters and computers

I currently have 5 Vonage lines (3 motorola 1005's) plugged into my linksys router and 5 computers which connect to the router wirelessly.

If i have your needs or setup wrong please post your configuration and I will be glad to help.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2006 10:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

The business account requires its own adapter. You will not use line 2 on your current adapter unless you add a line to your home account.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 2:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Maestro is correct - a business account line(s) cant be on the same adapter as the home plans.

But the layout is the same concept.

I got too tied up un the "where do I plug in" to see the "business" words.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 5:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Ah, I totally forgot about the router! Okay, so I see how to do that now. I'll just go to best buy or something and buy the kit.

So, one last question. Let's say I have my new adapter in my home office...actually, let's say I have 2 of them. One has a Phone line and a fax line, and the 2nd one has a phone line, so I have 2 phone lines and a fax line. Is it possible to make one phone line one roll over to phone line 2 if line one is busy? How would I do that? Just don't want customers to get a busy signal and I don't want to deal with call waiting.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

rubeninfl wrote:
Is it possible to make one phone line one roll over to phone line 2 if line one is busy? How would I do that? Just don't want customers to get a busy signal and I don't want to deal with call waiting.


Yes, you will configure "Call Hunt" (Search Vonage for "Call Hunt" for more details) and calls to your primary Vonage line can roll through (Hunt) as many other Vonage numbers as you have when the primary number is busy.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

rgnok wrote:
rubeninfl wrote:
Is it possible to make one phone line one roll over to phone line 2 if line one is busy? How would I do that? Just don't want customers to get a busy signal and I don't want to deal with call waiting.


Yes, you will configure "Call Hunt" (Search Vonage for "Call Hunt" for more details) and calls to your primary Vonage line can roll through (Hunt) as many other Vonage numbers as you have when the primary number is busy.

I believe that only works with lines on the same account. The business account will be separate from the home account.
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